June 10, 2022
With a modern style which combines the avant-garde with more classic pieces of art, this home in Denver (Colorado, USA) has been designed as a fully open space in which neutral and grey tones dominate.
Planned by Alvarez Morris Architecture in accordance with the principles of balance and comfort, the interior has been designed to feature a continuous design based on natural textures and contemporary furniture, using the PORCELANOSA Group collections as the focal point.
An open kitchen with a design worktop
Mikhail Dantes's interior design team has opted for the Porcelanosa Harlem collection in Steel to pave the whole property and unite the terrace, where Butech exterior raised flooring was also used, with the interior of the home. This decision ensures that the floor is uniform and the grills and technical installations are hidden.
Inspired by the colours and textures of cement, Harlem amplifies the space, pushing the limits of each room with its neutral tones and large dimensions. This achieves an infinity effect, reinforcing the points of light that come in from outside and enhancing the decoration of this home.
The use of Harlem floor tiles works to unite the Gamadecor kitchen with the living room through the use of a countertop that reproduces the brightness of black marble, while also serving as a side table. This custom model comprises several wall cabinets (sliding and suspended) that improve the organisation of the kitchen and offer an increased feeling of space.